2006wr450f

What did you do to your WR today?

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I did my best to destroy a berm at Pala Raceway!! I'm a beginner, so I was pretty stoked to have someone capture what I think is a pretty cool picture...

This is my '07 WR, with a DRD pipe, YZ number plate, JD Jetting, and the source of the most fun I've had in a very long time!

Be safe everyone!

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Nice picture and welcome to TT! :worthy:

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that is a pic to be proud of my friend, very professional looking, im jealous.......

I did my best to destroy a berm at Pala Raceway!! I'm a beginner, so I was pretty stoked to have someone capture what I think is a pretty cool picture...

This is my '07 WR, with a DRD pipe, YZ number plate, JD Jetting, and the source of the most fun I've had in a very long time!

Be safe everyone!

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Thank you very much gentlemen. It's a helluva photographer that can make a slow guy look fast! Hope to see the California guys at Pala or Barona sometime soon.

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looks like you're getting the hang of swinging that rear end around. very nice pic.

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I loaded mine into the back of my truck along with my old XR250 so that my daughter and I can go riding tomorrow with some friends.

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Did some night riding out at the desert :worthy:

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Your bike looks great Aaron! I'm following you on the next night ride... uh... could you please slow down so I can follow you?

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Your bike looks great Aaron! I'm following you on the next night ride... uh... could you please slow down so I can follow you?

Sure...we need to float the ground on your WR and setup your headlight with HID then we can hit PV:thumbsup:

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Your bike looks great Aaron! I'm following you on the next night ride... uh... could you please slow down so I can follow you?
Sure...we need to float the ground on your WR and setup your headlight with HID then we can hit PV:thumbsup:

Dude, if you're going to say to do it, at least post how to do it. Enquiring minds want to know! (and where to get the kit, and if there are any down-sides to doing it) :worthy:

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Bought a 2005 Wr450 that is CA street legal. I really wanted a newer one with the Alu frame but they are hard to find in CA with a plate. Pics to come soon.

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Bought a 2005 Wr450 that is CA street legal. I really wanted a newer one with the Alu frame but they are hard to find in CA with a plate. Pics to come soon.

Thats because it is illegal to plate a bike in CA

Be luck you have an 05 that is plated...by the letter of the law, you should not have a plate on that either

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the states seem to be so strict with those.

I have a mate with a plated YZ450 - with NO lights.

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Went trail riding on some tight rocky technical stuff, then went out on a motocross track for the first time, then went pit riding, im so friggen sore today it's not funny

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Fired my WR up for the first time in 4 months. Started up on the first try with old gas and all. Got to love the WR:banana:

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Installed Fastlane radiator guards. Right side mounted right up with no problems. Left side was a..... well it took some work. I actually had to drill the mounting holes a bit bigger to get it all to line up and putting the shrouds on is a real pain now.

Oh well, better that than crushed rads.

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